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As will be discussed, the women claimed their sense of self in the home and in their nehork of family and kin. In essence, the mothers' stories of dignity were a realizalian of their pasition in glsbal capitalism as undocumented transnational women workers. The forceful reclaiming of dignity was most evident in the life histories of t-welve fiatina mothers in Hope City.

Curriculum, instruction, funding, and facilities-as White students. This emphasis on "sameness" was important because it helped boost the arguments for "equal treatment under the lawNthat were important far moving African Americans kom their second-class status. But what was necessary to help African Americans to "catch upf' with their M i t e counterparts-~eyond equal trcratment was the need to redress pass inequities. Thus, policies of affirmative action and the creation of African Americans and others as "protected classes" were adopted to ensure that African Americans were not systematically scrgened out of opportunities in employment, college admission, and housing.

Henry (1992), African Canadian women teachers' activism: Recreating communities of caring and resistancef The Jozrrnnl of Negro Educafz'an, 62, 392-494; G. " T h case for culturally relevant teaching, Theory into Pmcfice, 159-1 65. 6. The impact of racism generally is tied to the everyday lives of poor and underclass people of color. S. corporations (Texaco, Avis) indicate that they systematically perpetuate racism in hiring, pmmotion, and wstomcr service. 7, B a h , Grant, and Gay are but a few of the notables who were in the forefront of thc intellectual genesis of muiiticultural education.

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